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Audi A8 L W12: Playing The Dozens With Ingolstadt’s Last Chance Luxury Saloon

The flagship version of Audi’s flagship model, and available only as a special order – depending on market – the current Audi A8 L...

Audi RS5 Sportback: Fast, Focused Five-Door

Launched last year, the Audi RS5 Sportback is an intersection between the descendents of two of Ingolstadt manufacturer’s most iconic cars, the 1980-91 Quattro...

Mercedes-Benz GLC200 4Matic Coupe: Fashionable Fastback 4×4 Refreshed

First launched as a 2016 model and now face-lifted for 2020 with some significant drive-train changes and numerous design, cabin and technology updates, the...

Audi A6 55 TFSI Quattro: Classy, Quick and Conservative

A testament to how time and trends change, the Audi A6 55 TFSI Quattro is a car that would have verged on being a...

Volkswagen Touareg 3.0 TFSI: Moving On Up

A perfectly competent, capable all-rounder, and more accessible up-market offering in the then newly burgeoning SUV market when first introduced in 2002, the Volkswagen...

Audi E-tron 55 Quattro: Electric Evolution

The Ingolstadt automaker’s first fully electric vehicle (EV), the Audi E-tron just might be the most well-rounded production EV. Walking a fine line between...

Audi Q8 55 TFSI: Quattro Coupe Confidence Redefined As SUV

Introducing an assertive new design language and face for Ingolstadt’s SUVs, the Audi Q8 also marks the four-ring brand’s expansion into the coupe-like end...

Mercedes-Benz 600 ‘Grosser’ (1963-81): Dictators’ Drive

Boasting then advanced luxury features, acres of space, vast and lazily developed power a uni-body design and supple and sophisticated independent hydraulic suspension, the...

BMW Z8 (2000-03): Z Hits the Spot

A futuristic interpretation of retro styling, the Z8 combines classic proportion and details with sharp and avant-garde lines and style. On the outside, the...

Mini Rocketman (2011): Pocket Rocket

Measuring almost 400mm less than the current Mini hatchback, the Rocketman concept unveiled at the 2011 Geneva Motorshow is but a few centimeters longer...

BMW M1 (1978-1981): The One and Only

Designed as a race car developed for road use under homologation rules, the M1 also contributed its gloriously charismatic 3.5-litre M Division straight-six engine...

Mercedes-Benz W123 series (1976-1986): King of the Bangers

The W123 E-Class-precursor is the banger that refuses to die and is likely to be around for a long time still, for its secret...

Volkswagen Golf GTI (1976-84): Old School Hot-Hatchery

Credited with popularizing fast, practical, reliable and affordable motoring the Mk1 Volkswagen Golf GTI arrived just after the Renault 5 Alpine/Gordini in 1976, and...

Mercedes-Benz V250 Avantgarde: Luxury By Large Measures

Replacing the outgoing Viano nameplate and re-adopting the V-Class moniker as of 2014, the latest generation of Mercedes-Benz’ highly practical large people carrier is...

Audi RS Q3 Performance: Punching Above Its Weight

Somewhere between hot hatch and rally car in character and a practical premium crossover SUV in execution, the Audi RS Q3 Performance is a...

Audi S5 Coupe: All Round Ability

Swift, safe, stylish and sophisticated, the Audi S5 is the closest thing to a direct descendent to the iconic original Audi Quattro currently available....

Audi SQ5 TFSI: Discrete Yet Discernibly Athletic SUV

A relative latecomer to the region, with a new second generation standard Q5 model soon due and even a similarly powered model line topping...

BMW M2: Best of Bavaria

A small, fast, feisty and fun 2-door or berlinetta saloon – generally described as a coupe in contemporary fashion – the BMW M2 may...

Audi RS4 Avant: Hill Climb Hero

Successor to the now collectible 1994-95 RS2 Avant, the agile, grippy and swift RS4 is impressive on many levels and is a thoroughly well-rounded...

Audi RS7: Low-Slung Luxury Liftback Puts the Fast into Fastback

Dramatic, low-slung and luxurious, the Audi RS7 is the four-ring Ingolstadt manufacturer’s gambit into the high performance coupe-like prestige 4-door car segment. Arriving in...

Opel Insignia Country Tourer: Taking the Rough with the Smooth

In current parlance one might call the Country Tourer a crossover, but its’ adaptive four-wheel-drive system might well in fact give it an edge...

Opel Insignia OPC Sports Tourer: High Performance Hauler

Spacious and well-kitted, the Opel Performance Centre’s version of the Insignia Sports Tourer is a more sensible and affordable real-world alternative for dad-racers than...

Mercedes-Benz AMG C63 Edition 507 Coupe: Swan Song Drivers’ Edition

Designated to reflect its 507PS continental European horsepower rating, the 507 Edition’s burly large displacement V8’s output translates to 500BHP developed at a haughty...

Mercedes-Benz E350 CDI Guard: Armoured Executive

The smallest, most discrete and lightest of Mercedes-Benz’ armoured Guard range of vehicles, the E-Class Guard is designed to protect its well-to-do owner/drivers from...

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